A little known piece of Kiwi WW1 history

Discussion in 'World War 1' started by liverpool annie, May 2, 2009.

  1. liverpool annie

    liverpool annie New Member

    "During World War I, hundreds of New Zealanders swapped work in coal and gold mines for a scret underground role in France. On their return, most of the 908 soldiers of the New Zealand Tunnelling Company - the first Kiwis on the Western Front - were reluctant to talk to their loved ones about their time in combat.


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